NYHIMA offers a year-round calendar of educational events to New York’s health information management (HIM) professionals and invites dynamic presenters to share their knowledge and expertise. NYHIMA’s HIM professionals seek educational content addressing the changing dynamics of health care, practical approaches and solutions, a greater understanding of new systems and applications, and best practices.

NYHIMA’s objective is to provide HIM professionals with timely, relevant and innovative presentations that provide information they can use in their daily operations, planning for future programs and services, and in their own professional development. Topics should focus on issues of interest to HIM professionals, health information policy-makers and health information technology professionals (e.g. Privacy and Security, Information Governance, CPT, ICD-10-CM/PCS, CDI, and more). NYHIMA members are looking for presenters to provide content that offers practical approaches and solutions while stimulating new ideas, greater understanding of new systems and applications, current issues and best practices.

Complete the online proposal (create form) for the desired program type below for immediate consideration, or contact the NYHIMA Education Committee for questions at [email protected]  These programs typically are face to face or online.

NYHIMA Seminars
Face-to-face, half or full-day seminars offer attendees the opportunity to network with peers while interacting with presenters. To meet the needs of NYHIMA members, seminars are conducted across the state in a location where one or more CLA can participate. Programs are generally scheduled only on Tuesdays - Thursdays.

NYHIMA Webinars
Online meetings are increasingly popular and allow attendees to learn on-demand, while also providing convenience for the presenter. NYHIMA typically hosts webinars on Tuesday - Thursday between 12:00pm – 1:00pm (EST) as a ‘Lunch & Learn’ opportunity for members.

Proposal Review Process
The Education Committee will review each proposal using the guidelines below and may seek modifications to a proposal before a final decision is made.  Guidelines for consideration include:

  • Completeness of application
  • Relevance to the HIM profession
  • Timely or innovative topic
  • Overall quality and well-defined focus
  • Practical application of materials
  • Clearly identified objectives
  • Teaching/speaking experience of the presenter(s)
  • Freedom from commercial bias